The number of sitting New Jersey trial court judges is at a 14-year low and case backlogs continue to expand under Gov. Chris Christie, but legislators and court administrators said the governor is not solely at fault.

While the well-publicized friction between Christie and the state legislature has played a significant role in bringing the courts to this point, they said, it’s just one of several factors.

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